Top 3 Anti Inflammatory Foods By Orem Chiropractic
Orem Chiropractic sees people with a variety of pains and dysfunctions. One of the plagues of our day that seems to influence everyone in varying degrees is inflammation. When I say inflammation many will turn their minds to the time they twisted their ankle and it became swollen and inflamed.
That is a perfect example of inflammation. The only downside is that it doesn't take an injury like that to cause inflammation.
This post is based on an article at Eat This, Not That.
Berries contain a type of antioxidants called anthocyanins that give them their anti-inflammatory properties. Blueberries are rich in vitamin C and resveratrol. Both create anti-inflammatory responses by decreasing free radicals.
2. Wild Salmon
The thing that makes wild salmon so good is its healthy fats, specifically EPA's. If you want to really supercharge your inflammation fighting, get 1500 IU of EPA's daily.
The anti-inflammatory benefits of broccoli seem to come from its glucosinolate content. Glucosinolate is converted into I3C—a compound that decreases inflammation at the genetic level.
I've read that if you have a pollen allergy you shouldn't eat it raw.
There are other foods and spices that have great anti-inflammatory properties. This top 3 was designed to give you the most powerful and easily accessible foods that will fight inflammation.
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